U.S. Citizen is Accidentally Deported to Columbia, Spends Months in Jail A bizarre immigration case emerged this week as a U.S. citizen who was accidentally deported to Columbia by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials returned home after 6 months. Texas teenager Jakadrien Lorece Turner ran away from home in 2010. Several months later Ms.
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Four East Haven, Connecticut, Police Officers Charged with Targeting Illegal Immigrants This week, federal authorities arrested four East Haven, Connecticut police officers on charges of conspiracy, false arrest, excessive force, and obstruction of justice. First, it is important to remember that the officers are innocent until they, individually or collectively, are proven to be guilty
After Much Anticipation, the Deferred Action Program is Finally Here Here at our offices, we have been receiving many, many phone calls and emails about the Obama Administration’s Dream Act Deferred Action policy. The forms and more in-depth application information are located on the USCIS website. However, before you send in your Form I-821D or